Disabled Vets Claim Job Harassment, Racism At Charlotte Post Office

WCNC-TV finds 103 complaint letters against post office – veterans say they’re ‘treated like trash’

WCNC has learned that more than a hundred disabled veterans who work for the U.S. Postal Service in Charlotte have signed complaint letters to the federal government, claiming they suffer from on-the-job harassment and what the letters call “blatant discrimination against veterans.”  The WCNC Investigators have learned the Charlotte Mail Center is also dealing with complaints of racism – in particular, about a black doll carried by one supervisor. “Why would an individual bring a doll, black, with a noose around its neck to work to a government facility and parade it?” asks Michael Anthony Smith.  Full Story and video